Chernobyl Museum, Slavutych

Slavutych, a city built following the Chernobyl disaster, has it’s own recently refurbished Chernobyl Museum.

Address:
Slavutych and Chornobyl Power Station Local Lore Museum
07100, Кyivska oblast, Slavutych, 7 Druzhba Narodiv Prospect

Phone +380 4579 240-06

Schedule 09:00 – 18:00
Days off:Saturday, Sunday

Website:
http://ko-tourism.gov.ua/en/museum/place/41

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South Terras Uranium Mine

South Terras Uranium Mine, Cornwall’s only Uranium mine! Closed since the 1930’s South Terras, the mine it’s self is inaccessible however a few of the above ground structures including a chimney and settling pond remain. Built using rock from the mine itself the buildings are constructed of rock containing uranium ore.

There is a small fence around the site, we’d suggest you don’t cross this as there are deep water filled excavations to the side of the buildings. If your looking to make your Geiger Counter tick the highest readings appear further down the the dirt track.

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South Terras Uranium Mine, about a mile southwest of St. Stephen. The mine is situated down a muddy track, with a couple of properties nearby. I’d suggest you park on the road and walk the last quarter mile.

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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

 

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Nagasaki Peace Park

 

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Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum

 

 

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Hack Green Nuclear Bunker

Hack Green Nuclear Bunker

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Located in the heart of the Cheshire countryside, Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker is situated just off the A530 Whitchurch Road, a few miles outside the picturesque market town of Nantwich, and only 30 minutes from Chester.
Phone: 01270 629219
Web: http://www.hackgreen.co.uk/Hack_Green_History/hack_green_history.htm

Opening Hours:
Summer – The bunker is open 7 days a week from the 20th of March until the 3rd of November. From 10.30am to 5.30pm. Winter – The bunker is open Wednesday to Sunday 10.30am to 5.30pm.

 

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Bataan Nuclear Power Plant

Bataan Nuclear Power Plant, Philippines. Built in the early 1980’s but not commissioned the BNPP gives you the chance to explore all parts of a nuclear power-station, including the control room, turbine hall and reactor vessel itself as your guided through the faculty by expert staff.

My visit (in May 2014) lasted a couple of hours, starting with a classroom explanation of the reactor design and technology, an explanation of the circumstances sounding nuclear power in the Philippines, followed by an extensive tour of the facility, and allowed plenty of time for photography.

There was a small cost to visit (in the region of 100 PHP per person, though this may vary by group size). You’ll also need to organise your own transport to get to the site, it’s around 2 1/2 hours drive from Manila so the easist option it so hire a local driver for a day.

    To arrange your visit to BNPP, contact:

Mr. Mauro L. Marcelo, Jr.
Department Manager, Asset Preservation Department.
Email: mlmarcelo@napocor.gov.ph

Or visit BNPP’s Facebook or Website.

Address:
Bataan Nuclear Power Plant, Morong, Bataan, Philippines

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American Museum of Science and Energy

American Museum of Science and Energy

Address:
300 South Tulane Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37830
Phone: (865) 576-3200 ‎
Web: http://amse.org/visitors/general-information

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Culham Centre for Fusion Energy

Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE) is the UK’s national laboratory for fusion research. CCFE (formerly known as UKAEA Culham) is based at Culham Science Centre in Oxfordshire, and is owned and operated by the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority.

To arrange a visit to CCFE visit this link.

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